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. at airports in dallas-fort worth and charlotte, a company wants to make the tsa checkpoints "like a four-star hotel." instead of stainless steel benches and tables, the comkpany "securitypoint media" is adding mood lighting, couches and music. travelers still have to remove their shoes and belts, but in a less stressful "recomposure area." if the makeovers are well-received, security point plans to add them to other airports. walt disney will open its first store in china - and it's going to be its largest store. 53 thousand square feet of stuffed animals and princesses. it will open in 2015 in shanghai. beyond the retail space there will be a disney-themed outdoor plaza. and by 2016 disney will also open its first disney resort in mainland china. get ready for instant ads still to come: some tech talk later in chart talk. paying a ransome to get your computer files back. ransomeware - the newest form of malware. and, the vast majority of americans delaying their retirement. that's next, after this in the know message. excuse me if this shocks you but 82 percent of older americans expect
they had the federal air marbshal files e said we needed to run it by the tsa to make sure it was legitimate for you to have these files. they're my files. my typewritten notes, handwritten notes. my files. by the way, the privacy protection act guarantees that government cannot look at a reporter's notes unless there are very specific circumstances. so essentially they came into my house, they stole my notes, they've exposed my sources. >> so i want to read the statement that comes from the coast guard. here's what they had to say. the documents were reviewed with the source agency and determined to be obtained properly as you just said, through the freedom of information act. the cg, coast guard employee, was notified the documents were cleared and the cg employee picked them up after signing for the documents. or are they talking about your husband in that case being the cg in play? >> no. that's who took the documents, the coast guard is part of homeland security. and that's really frustrating. because only one file contained a document that i obtained under the freedom
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